I thought this was fun - a 22-second video version of a session based on one of Moshe Feldenkrais's famed Alexander Yanai sessions, called "Seeing the Heels." By Paul Pui Wo Lee a Guild-Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner who works all over the world these days.
And if you would like, below the video is a complete version of the session (34-minutes) by myself, Ryan Nagy.
Remember - the video below is speeded up, when you do the session via my audio go s-l-o-w-l-y and g-e-n-t-l-y. 😀
Click below to play and do Ryan's session based on Alexander Yanai 2: Seeing Your Heels (34 minutes). You will need a place to lie down. Go slow and only do what is comfortable. Do not do any movement that is uncomfortable or painful to you.
Download: Seeing Your Heels.
If you are intrigued and want to do some Feldenkrais Alexander Yanai session in the comfort of you own home, check out: Alexander Yanai Volume 1.
To me, the Alexander Yanai sessions represent a very fertile time in Moshe's life. A time when he was experimenting not only with how to teach his work but how particular instructions and movement ideas were received by those who attended his classes. You could consider the sessions experiments where Moshe was putting his ideas into practice and seeing how people responded to them.